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Three book reviews, one of them my own

I have a bias in favour of this book. I am both the author and the reviewer. The book was written by me, but I still think it is a good piece of work.

By RABBI RAYMOND APPLE
06/04/2020

Reclaiming the narrative of this Vietnamese family's story from Hollywood

A family saga on the enduring Vietnamese spirit over a century of conflict

By DIANA NELSON JONES
03/04/2020

Building a strong intimate relationship in literature

Presenting once-taboo subjects to the religious community in a clear way

By STEPHEN G. DONSHIK
03/04/2020
A model poses with a camera

The week in readers' pictures (March 13)

Jerusalem Post readers send us their snaps and shots from the week.

Birthday blues

Birthday blues

"If he says 'Good morning' and then 'Happy birthday,' he has no heart. If he says 'Happy birthday' before 'Good morning,' he’s an idiot."

By HADASSAH CHEN
12/03/2020
WHISTLEBLOWER: MY JOURNEY TO SILICON VALLEY AND FIGHT FOR JUSTICE AT UBER By Susan Fowler Viking 272

Fighting sexual harassment at work

In ‘Whistleblower,’ Susan Fowler reveals the toll of speaking out against Uber.

By AMY KAUFMAN / LOS ANGELES TIMES (TNS)
12/03/2020
A model poses with a camera

The week in readers' pictures

Jerusalem Post readers send us their snaps and shots from the week.

Lesley Manville and Liam Neeson give potent, star performances in ‘Ordinary Love’

Lesley Manville and Liam Neeson give star performances in ‘Ordinary Love’

A powerful story told in this unrated, 1 hour and 32 minute long film.

By KENNETH TURAN
19/02/2020
ITZIK, 78,  AND VIVIENNE, 76,  MARON FROM CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA  TO RA’ANANA, 2000

Hilarious Hebrew - a story of two Ra'anana veterans

They can have a good laugh at these misadventures and chose to take in stride even the more frustrating roadblocks to their absorption.

THE WRITER learns firsthand how those who are disabled and confined to a wheelchair function in ever

The world from a wheelchair

As I struggled to pass a 3-cm-high step without tipping myself over, the people of Israel around me mostly busied themselves with their phones

By TALIA LEVIN
13/02/2020
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